Mississippi Half Step-> Walkin' Blues, Row Jimmy, When I Paint My Masterpiece*, When Push Comes To Shove, Cassidy, Friend Of The Devil, Let It Grow Shakedown Street, Saint Of Circumstance, Ship of Fools, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Space-> The Other One-> Morning Dew-> Sugar Magnolia, E: Black Muddy River
Matrix SBD>CASS>DAT>CD; via Israel Regardie; Seeded to etree by PainoMan
June 13, 2015 Subject:
Hard to argue with this night as the best of this date in history, and gratefuldeadoftheday.com points to it as their pick. Good enough for me!
February 23, 2008 Subject:
otherone is here!
This show is one I just listened to in its entirety. Great 'walkin blues', 'estimated>eyes', as well as the fact that , although, not listed, the 'otherone' appears in 'space' on this show.
The 'dew' is raucus at the end. Jerry is excited to play this night; I can tell. I like what I hear, and the sound quality is good but certainly no where close to great. The drums and space is awesome but the quality strains at times, which makes me give it 4 stars. Yes 5 for effort and great 'deadness' all around...but no where close to 5 star sbd quality, maybe even 3.5 stars. I streamed this to my cdr via an fm transmitter and my boomboax and have a kind quality cd, again, it is worth the time for this show. I am critical about quality, but about performance as well and this willl not dissapoint. Great show!
March 26, 2007 Subject:
this was my first dead show and it changed me forever. drove up from phx with my buddy, got 2 hrs of sleep, and then hit the show. what a great memory.
February 16, 2006 Subject:
I was there for this one and the following show. After seeing my first show in '85 and a few since, this was the show where I 'got it'. I was transformed from a relatively ordinary self-focused individual to joyful participant in the sun-drenched hippy bliss. The crowd was a wondrous swirling mass of spontaneous expression and happiness. There was a very beautiful feel to the classic west coast venues in those days, with heads journeying up and down the coast, and the camping scene at Ventura was absolute psychedelic heaven. Folks were camped in the stock pens, on the beach, along the marshy river, along the railroad tracks, everywhere. I remember Bill Graham coming on stage (I think it was during the set break of this show) to ask that no one build bonfires amid parked cars. "My people have brought a bunch of palletts down to the beach," he said, "come on down there and join us this evening." As with most shows in the 'camping era', the party really started after the show! For Dead shows at Ventura, the stage was set up much more sensibly at the north end. Later when Jerry played there a permanent stage had been built on the east side of the arena facing the bleachers. The bounce-back interference was bad. Sadly, this was the last year at Ventura, as the little town decided that things were getting a bit out of hand. How sad that so many of the most beloved venues would be lost over the next couple of years...
November 10, 2005 Subject:
On The BEAch With The Dead
This is one the better places the boys played this show was so hot The Dead were so on Half Step to start the show of The second set is what i remember the most a hot hot Shakedown into Saint boy were they flowing we were up front and the dead were having a grat time ship of fools hot then a hot estimated eyes drums then we get Dewed Morning Dewed so hot All of San Diego were there the whole crew After the show we just said one more to go the boys were so hot this night Shake Me Down moleman